IHPM — Episode #38


Shaft ver­sus Willie at Bumpy’s office — from the Motion Pic­ture Shaft


  • Ndi­ma Ndapedza (Zim­bab­we) — Putu­mayo (AFRICA)
  • Thandaza (South Africa)Putu­mayo (AFRICA)
  • Seg­ne (Togo) — Putu­mayo (AFRICA)
  • Jazz ThingGang Starr (100% Acid Jazz)
  • The Cre­ator Has a Mas­ter PlanBrook­lyn Funk Essen­tials (100% Acid Jazz)
  • Pushin’ Against the FlowRaw Sty­lus (100% Acid Jazz)
  • Past & Future ThingsSan­tal Fea­tur­ing  Ter­rance Downs (After­dark — Chica­go)
  • Can’t You See the Sun­shine Through the rain?Com­mon Nature (After­dark — Chica­go)
  • Str8 UpCallisto’s Trance (After­dark — Chica­go)
  • All Would EnvyChris Bot­ti & Shawn Colvin (Smooth Jazz Café Vol­ume 4)
  • Just Chill­in’ — Nor­man Brown (Smooth Jazz Café Vol­ume 4)
  • Rev­er­enceRichard Bona & Pat Methany (Smooth Jazz Café Vol­ume 4)


Super­man – The Adven­tures of Super­man (Episode 24)


Beau­ty And The Beast – Paul Mooney (Race)


New Releas­es for comics and books


John Dal­ton Uber Dri­ver sound bites and com­men­tary


Rib-Eye steak, cap­i­tal pun­ish­ment and new meth­ods for exe­cu­tion


  • Used To Rule the WorldBon­nie Rait (Slip­stream)
  • Any Old Sun­dayCha­ka Khan (Rufus fea­tur­ing Cha­ka Khan)
  • Dori­naDADA (Puz­zle)
  • Riv­erHer­bie Han­cock (Riv­er: The Joni Let­ters)
  • Octo­ber SongAmy Wine­house (Frank)
  • Sep­tem­ber GrassJames Tay­lor (Octo­ber Road)
  • Under African SkiesPaul Simon (Grace­land)
  • I Want YouMar­vin Gaye (The Best of Mar­vin Gaye)
  • Falling Like RainTina Turn­er (For­eign Affair)
  • Tues­day Heart­breakSte­vie Won­der (Talk­ing Book)
  • Final­ly (Ft. John Leg­end) — Fer­gie (Dutchess)
  • Sil­ly Put­tyStan­ley Clarke (Jour­ney To Love)
  • Stranger in MoscowMichael Jack­son (HIS­to­ry — Past, Present And Future — Book I)
  • Sweet Sticky ThingOhio Play­ers (Hon­ey)
  • Do U Lie  — Prince (Parade)

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Recommended Reading:

starwars-awakens The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awak­ens by Author (ISBN: ) ‑Step inside the Lucas­film art depart­ments for the cre­ation of fan­tas­ti­cal worlds, unfor­get­table char­ac­ters, and unimag­in­able crea­tures. The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awak­ens will take you there, from the ear­li­est gath­er­ing of artists and pro­duc­tion design­ers at Lucas­film head­quar­ters in San Fran­cis­co to the fever pitch of pro­duc­tion at Pinewood Stu­dios to the con­clu­sion of post-pro­duc­tion at Indus­tri­al Light & Magic—all with unprece­dent­ed access. Exclu­sive inter­views with the entire cre­ative team impart fas­ci­nat­ing insights in bring­ing direc­tor J. J. Abrams’s vision to life; unused “blue sky” con­cept art offers glimpses into roads not trav­eled.

Burst­ing with hun­dreds of stun­ning works of art, includ­ing pro­duc­tion paint­ings, con­cept sketch­es, sto­ry­boards, blue­prints, and mat­te paint­ings, this visu­al feast will delight Star Wars fans and cineast­es for decades to come. The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awak­ens is the defin­i­tive expres­sion of how the lat­est chap­ter in the Star Wars saga was dreamed into being.

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